I am a beginning indie developer and I would like to show you my first indie game - OverLight and hopefully also get some feedback ^^
OverLight is an addictive game with an unique concept using glass blocks and laser beams, combining elements from arcade, puzzle and casual games. - you break the right blocks, lasers get redirected and intersect, overheat and explode the blocks for which you receive points. You can even chain the explosions into combos, but you must think fast, the clock is ticking! Your goal is old classic: Get as many points as possible.
The game also contains various other features to enhance the gameplay and make it more rich and varied - special blocks, power-ups, power-downs (nasty pests!) and variety of levels in several game modes:
- Arcade mode - you collect points and progress through levels with increasing difficulty until you loose
- Time Attack - play individual levels for a limited amount of time and try to get highest score possible!
- Clean Up - try to get rid of all the blocks in the scene with as little moves as possible
- Puzzle - solve a pre-arranged puzzle made out of blocks
Visit official Facebook page (and like it! If you like it of course ^^' )
Support OverLight on Steam GreenLight
Also I am happy to announce that OverLight just got released on sale on Desura for alphafunding! With 50% off during the alpha, so you can get it now while it's cheap(er)! There's also free version if you like, but it lacks some features (it's always an older version than the current paid alpha).
I'm very happy and excited, because it's my first indie title and first thing to be released by the new company/creative-studio that I'm founding and finally after long work, it's out there! ^^ But there's still a lot of work to be done, adding features and levels to the game and finishing it up, but if you want to support development, you can get it now, or even suggest your own features!
Get it on Desura! (both paid and free versions are there)
Get it on Google Play (ad supported Lite version and Full version)
Watch the trailer (YouTube)
Newest features introduced in 0.3a
I'll be very grateful for your support and feedback!